Review sheet for Final Exam Chemistry 103 Spring 2010
Introduced in Chapter 14 and continued in later chapters
1. Solution formation and behavior, including intermolecular
forces, enthalpy changes, entropy changes, and equilibrium.
2. Molarity and molality.
3. Colligative properties of solution, including vapor pressure
lowering, boiling point elevation, freezing point depression,
focus on definitions, quantitative equations, and
nanoscale representations, not the conceptual bases involving
entropy and unequal rates
Extra Problems: 1-5, 8-11, 14, 17-19, 21-23, 26-61, 63-71.
Introduced in Chapter 15 and continued in later chapters
1. Bronsted-Lowry acid-base reactions, including strong and
weak acids and bases and conjugate acid-base pairs.
2. Autoionization of water, the pH scale, and pOH.
3. Equilibrium reactions for acids, bases, and salts, including the
use of K
, and K
4. Behavior of polyprotic acids.